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Travel Guide of Dublin in Ireland by Influencers


Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Situated on a bay on the east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey, it lies within the province of Leinster. It is bordered on the south by the Dublin Mountains, a part of the Wicklow Mountains range.



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Discover our travel guide of Dublin in Ireland made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.



What you will see and do in Dublin:

  🏘️ Town     🐾 Wildlife     🏖️ Coast     🗼 Landmark     🚢 Lighthouse     🛣️ Road trip  

Travel Tips for visiting Dublin

Brunettes, blondes, or redheads, we love them all in Dublin



Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Bernard Shaw, Jonathan Swift



And many other famous writers were inspired by the special atmosphere of Ireland's cosmopolitan and youthful capital.
Divided in two by the Liffey River, pleasantly punctuated by its bridges, the most famous of which is undoubtedly the Halfpenny Bridge.
Dublin presents the face of a relaxed and dynamic capital with a provincial air.

As in the whole country, getting together and playing traditional or non-traditional music is a matter of course.
Stroll the cobblestone streets of the famous Temple Bar area, enter one of the many pubs with long histories (some centuries old); order a pint of Guinness or another beer; watch a game and enjoy the inimitable and warm atmosphere!

Dublin is a lively city and can be visited at any time of the day or night, as life is in full swing.

Dublin: what to do?



First of all, a quick visit to the very dynamic Dublin City Tourist Office located in the heart of the city in an old church (Suffolk street, Dublin 2).
Also go to the Temple Bar Cultural Information Centre (12 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2)!

From here, take a Hop on Hop off City tour bus for a 1.5-hour tour of the city and its many interesting sites.

If the sky is low, your heart will inevitably warm up in its welcoming pubs



Go see a piece of Irish music and dance show for the pleasure of immersing yourself in this country that knows how to keep its culture and its good mood.
The city has a program that would make many capitals swoon as international artists rush to appear in front of the Irish public, very fond of concerts.

Besides the sea and the mountains, you can get away from Dublin to enjoy its attractive surroundings such as the green hills of Wicklow, the Glendalough complex, the gardens of Avondale House, Malahide Castle, etc.!


Dublin and its festivities during St. Patrick's Day weekend, the country's national day! If not, don't worry: there is always plenty of entertainment and music in the Irish capital!

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Dublin

Dublin : what to eat?

The best way to discover Irish food in the capital is to participate in the "Story of Irish Food Tour" 

The local specialty is the Irish stew, a kind of pot au feu. As in England, fish, and chips, fried fish with French fries, is a classic. 

The traditional Irish breakfast consists of sausages, bacon, slices of blood sausage, flageolet in tomato sauce, fried eggs, fried tomatoes, and toast. 

If you're not a foodie, Dublin is full of restaurants serving cuisines from around the world.
However, don't miss the afternoon tea, which is often served in the most beautiful hotels in the city!

The first souvenirs to bring back from the capital are the objects and clothes stamped with the logo and colors of Guinness, an amber beer with an inimitable taste. 

You can also choose a bottle of whiskey (not whisky!). 

Shamrocks, Celtic crosses, harps, sheep, gadgets of more or less good taste can be found in numerous souvenir stores or in museum stores. 





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Explore 20 popular touristic places around Dublin with pictures shared by travelers, influencers and photographers... Click on the photos to read the travel guide of the destination


bulloch harbour

  12.5 km (7.8 miles) away from Dublin


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Powerscourt Garden Pavilion

  19.0 km (11.8 miles) away from Dublin


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Bray Head

  19.6 km (12.2 miles) away from Dublin


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Wicklow Mountains National Park

  23.9 km (14.8 miles) away from Dublin


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Old Mellifont Abbey

  45.8 km (28.4 miles) away from Dublin


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